Posts Tagged “cat hair mats”
My cat is 10 years old. This is the 2nd or 3rd year of cat matting, which is a couple of years since my daughter left the home. I believe there has been less environmental stress but I do work long hours, and I would guess that lack of mental stimulation/companionship during the day is the worst she has to […]
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY–Dirty litter boxes and hairballs probably top most cat owners’ lists as the most distasteful parts of having a cat.
Most cat owners know to watch their step when they hear the hacking of their cat, but many don’t know that hairballs can be life-threatening, not just a nuisance.
Many cats groom most of their […]
Every now and then I will post a simple Q&A on cat hair matting concerns. Not only will you be able to view the answers, but also add your own as well.
This question is asked by Lisa G from cat-studio-project.com in November of 2011. She adds: I have not found many reviews online for different […]
Pets with long hair often get matted fur-dogs and cats alike. These patches of hair can cause skin irritation in our pets. Dr. Lauren of petside.com teaches you a safe way to remove these matts.
Sometimes finding the right grooming tool can make a difference. Here’s an article from pawnation.com that may be some help along those lines.
Cats are meticulous creatures but that doesn’t mean your pet can’t use help in keeping up its coat. Certain long haired breeds — such as the Persian, Himalayan, Maine coon, for example — […]